Very possible for two guys to do it in a weekend if you have all the parts on the ground. Working by myself took a bit longer as I had the axle torn down completely to make it lighter for the install as well as other refreshes.That is list is most appreciated...makes it seem very possible to swap my '01.
Thanks for checking; that will be a bit too much for me. The internet says there was a 2.75" block from the factory on *some* 11-16 SDs. Now I just gotta find out which ones so I can scrounge a part number.They're a 4" tapered block. Not sure if that'll do you any good or not. They go from 3.875 down to like 3.75".
Thanks for checking; that will be a bit too much for me. The internet says there was a 2.75" block from the factory on *some* 11-16 SDs. Now I just gotta find out which ones so I can scrounge a part number.
You're probably right actually, unless the 11 leaf pack has anything to say about it.I'd bet once you get it loaded (full tank of fuel, tools/parts/gear, food), 4" may be spot on... you're already toting a lot more weight than any "regular bed" SD
Right now I'm planning on HMMWV load range E's. They're the only thing under 42" that that make it to the 4500lb per tire I need.It's gunna look a little odd just because the fender wells are a different height and shape, but I'd probably leave it how it is.
What's going to be the final tire size and flavor?